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  • ry Li E N T I S S U E R I E F ISSN 1321-1560 Copyright Commonwealth of Australia 1995 Except to the extent of the uses permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, no part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any
    Date: 26/06/1995 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/JDB20 - Source: CURRENT ISSUES BRIEFS (FO... - Author: BROWN, Gary

  • CONTENTS Introduction Allegations against Australian troops The 'Singapore strategy' The war to early 1942 Preparations for the defence of Singapore Until 1941 In 1941- 42 The battle for Singapore The preliminary stages The fall of Singapore Assessing allegations against Australian troops Wavell's charges Indiscipline and desertion Failure to patrol Conclusions
    Date: 10/02/1993 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/TS410 - Source: BACKGROUND PAPERS (DEFENC... - Author: BROWN, Gary

  • CONTENTS INTRODUCTION THE FEAR OF INVASION During 1942 Postwar Invasion Beliefs JAPAN'S STRATEGIC QUANDARY IN 1942 The Japanese Navy: Invasion Supported The Japanese Army: Invasion Opposed The Army's Alternative Strategy TOP LEVEL JAPANESE ATTITUDES AND DECISIONS The Strategic Debate and Decision: January-March 1942 THE BATTLE OF THE CORAL SEA (May
    Date: 29/04/1992 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/GMS00 - Source: BACKGROUND PAPERS (DEFENC... - Author: BROWN, Gary

  • INTRODUCTION Recent remarks by the Prime Minister (Mr Keating) to the effect that Britain "abandoned" Australia during the early stages of the Pacific War (1941-2) have stimulated controversy and interest in both countries. This Brief does not purport to settle the issue of "abandonment", but provides some military historical background to events of
    Date: 02/03/1992 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/Z2Q00 - Source: ISSUES BRIEFS (DEFENCE GR... - Author: BROWN, Gary

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